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  • Once in every life, someone comes along........

    Quote:I had to add this post script after studying this portrait more. I can see her right eye focus on your lens. She expresses a great deal of sadness. The stigmatism in her left eye, seems to transport her to another place in thought. A very dynamic image in a most subtle sense.

    You are so observant, her right eye was focusing on my lens & the rupees I had in my hand to give her additional sustenance, her left eye was probably glancing at the line of the long queue she might miss her chance of a free meal. Smile
    • 21 Apr 2018 10:35AM
  • Alex

    wonderful lighting, side profile portrait in fine monochrome Smile
    • 21 Apr 2018 8:16AM
  • Once upon a time in Rishikesh........

    Quote:A different approach to your normal black background - High key - but still a really good character image



    Hi Iain, Yes, a departure from my usual black background but not the first time as I have uploaded some in the past e.g.
    Regards. ee
    • 20 Apr 2018 11:23AM
  • Through the Golden Gate

    nicely framed view by the red beams & red pylons......I was very close to the bridge when I visited SF.....somewhere at the Ghirardelli Square buying candies & pente board game.
    • 20 Apr 2018 7:42AM
  • Poppies in the Rain

    beautiful triptych & visual presentation Smile
    • 20 Apr 2018 7:38AM
  • From the mist

    mysterious, eerie, atmospheric, cold & damp.......the scene reminds me of the movie "Into Grizzly Maze" filmed in the Alaskan wild. Here is a link to the movie:
    • 20 Apr 2018 7:31AM
  • saffron is my colour

    Quote:Turban touches edge of the image, so i would personally give more space on the left to avoid it.

    Yes, I agree with you on technicality but street portraitS unlike studio ones are sometimes difficult to compose as one captures what one sees ON THE GO.....unless the empty space is artificially created in Photoshop, but I do not use Photoshop.
    • 19 Apr 2018 7:28AM
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  • Hello Andrew, thank you for your kind comments on my photo.....you have an amazing series of blue hour photography. Not many photographers will emphasis or dwell on this magical moment as it really is a short time-capsule of only half an hour of good photography each day barring rain, atmospheric dust layers & cloud temperament. Your twilight zone is certain eye catching .....please feel free to check on my website link for more night photography shots. Best regards from Kuala Lumpur.